Nimerah Tiger giant planter - orange stripe big cat ceramic pot for indoor or outdoor house plants

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This 'Nimerah' orange stripe Tiger porcelain handmade giant planter is the perfect size for a large houseplants - think philodendrons and fiddle figs. It’s hand painted with my special spongeware technique in a happy little tiggeress pattern.

This range is a super dooper fun pattern, available as a big vase and bud vase, big planter, medium planter, little planter or mug, and big and little dishes.

Each one is 100% unique, made by me in my little studio for you. Nothing's factory manufactured here. You may not receive the exact pattern or form pictured, but it will be very similar. You'll be able to see how the planter has been formed by hand and the brushstrokes used. Each one is perfectly imperfect and delightfully wonky.

| spectacular specifications |

Handmade porcelain ceramic planter, approximately 18cm in diameter and 15cm high. It has two holes in the base.
This item is hand painted and glazed - visit my Instagram to see how @beabellingham

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| Bea Bellingham Ceramics |

Bea Bellingham is a Sydney based designer known for her distinctive playful patterns and designs. Her hand built ceramics focus on bringing fun and humour into our everyday environments through thoughtful homewares and versatile jewellery.

Created predominantly in porcelain, each ceramic item is lovingly hand-cast and hand-painted by Bea and her team. With an emphasis on creating delightfully askew and perfectly imperfect results, every piece is a truly unique work. The owner is able to experience the textures and brushstrokes that formed their new item, knowing they are the only person to own that exact form and pattern. To create patterns that are bold and full of character, Bea uses a rare technique known as 'spongeware', popularises in 18th century England and modernised with new materials.

Bea works from her studio in Sydney, Australia, with the aid of her not-so-helpful studio assistant, Buddy the dog. Inspiration often arrives organically simply by doodling expressive patterns or letting the nature of clay guide the forms of a range.

Studio images by Alana Dimou. Please ask before using any images :)

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